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|Maglor||Union Church Cemtery|
Julie, thanks for your messages, I just found them- I only check in now & then when I have time. Interesting info.
The Union/Free Church itself was made into an ice house on John Ellot's (or however it's spelled- gotta do more research!) farm near the Delaware River toward the end of the 19th century. It was said for years that it (the lumber) was part of the Baleville Church but that was apparently false. There are still many plain fieldstone-headstone monuments in the cemetery when it is periodically totally cleared - the front is maintained always, and has been since 1971.
Also, I believe that some of the Turner family are descendents as well. Happy hunting!
Added by Maglor on Sep 06, 2014 6:08 AM
|Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer||Cemetery name|
The name of the cemetery is Union Church in Sussex County, New Jersey. Sorry I forgot to add that!
|Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer||Last name question|
Hannah Elliot #13277082 is actually Hannah (Cosad) Allet unless the stone actually can be read Elliot. I am a descendent of the Cozads and my family genealogy papers have taken me to this cemetery where Job and Hannah (Winmans) Cosad are buried. Their daughter Hannah married a John Allet whose date of death matches the information that I have. Are you very familiar with the records of this cemetery. I added memorial pages from my family records instead of trying to edit the Elliot's. There may actually be both, but it is more possible I think that these two are actually the Allet couple.
Any info you have would be greatly appreciated!